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Slipping into his trademark kitsch-meets-cool-meets-what-the-hell-is-that outfits, the star moved on to Malhari and Khalibali, capping off a scintillating performance with the ever-popular Aankh marey.
His was the act that drew one of the loudest cheers of the evening. The best dance act of the evening undoubtedly came from the dance diva herself.
Madhuri Dixit, looking nothing like 52, paid tribute to veteran choreographer Saroj Khan with a soulful yet pulsating minute performance that saw her dance to some iconic numbers born out of the Saroj Khan-Madhuri Dixit jugalbandi —from Ek do teen to Tamma tamma loge, Channe ke khet mein to Choli ke peechhey, Mera piya ghar aaya to Humko aajkal hai intezaar. The inclusion of some Sridevi-Saroj Khan numbers like Kaate nahi kat te and Na jaane kahaan se aayi hai brought on loud cheers.
Did you know? The evening was capped off by a performance from the biggest star present — Salman Khan — who took the stage well past 3am to come up with a fun, foot-tapping act which, in true Salman style, scored for its spontaneous look and feel in a sea of rehearsed performances. Ghar jaake so jao! The big disappointment of the evening?
It all happened at the 20th IIFA Awards in Mumbai
Katrina Kaif, easily one of the best dancers in Bollywood today, failing to get the crowd going with a lacklustre act. Kat, despite Salman serenading her with Main hoon hero tera during his performance, was a relatively quiet presence through the evening, slipping silently into the front row and staying put there.
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The regular honours apart, the 20th edition of IIFA witnessed some special awards being handed out to those who had left an indelible mark on Hindi cinema in the last two decades. God has been very kind.
The Roshan father and son were not present to receive the honour. The moment was one of the best of the evening, with singer Jonita Gandhi joining them to sing The breakup song, also from the same film.
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The Lifetime Achievement award was presented to comedian Jagdeep. Wheeled on to stage, the year-old actor — who has made us go ha-ha through the years, especially as Soorma Bhopali in Sholay — was accompanied by sons Jaaved Jaaferi and Naved Jaffrey and grandson Meezaan, who made his debut this year with Malaal.
Held at the NSCI Dome on the night of September 16, the three-hour extravaganza served as a prelude to the big awards night and honoured the best in the technical awards category. The cute moment of the evening? Oooooh, mush! The awards apart, what made the evening stand out were the musical performances. But the evening was taken to a whole new level by two music acts. First up was Ranjit Barot and his Musafir Band, which brought the house down with its headbanging twist to folk numbers. Even as the clock inched well past midnight, the man behind the music of films like Lootera and Manmarziyaan made sure the audience sang along to memorable numbers like Iktara, Nayan tarse, Naina da kasoor and Dariyaan.
Ab toh khamosh ho jao!
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